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Blyford Church

Anyone with connections with Blyford?

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This little church of All Saints is a 'cracker', only The thatched Queen's Head pub to keep it company, it is close to the River Blyth [hence Bly-ford] and you can walk along the river through the marshes to The Cathedral of the Marshes at Blythburgh 



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This sign in the churchyard at All Saints is becoming the norm in many of our churchyards these days, whether this is a sign of the times that some churches cannot afford the upkeep or that they are genuinely interested in preserving wildlife. On my visit earlier this week I am pleased to say that the grass had been newly cut and the area looked in well looked after condition smile.gif 



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Blythburgh Church from along the River Blyth on Blyford Marshes

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All Saints Church at Blyford is one of my favourite smaller churches in Suffolk, I'm pleased to say that it is also listed as a Grade I building

http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/england/suffolk/blyford

 



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